PhD, 2007, Forest Resources, University of Washington
BS, 1999, Environmental Science, Western Washington University
Soil productivity, effects of fire on soil, impact of silviculture on sediment transport and water quality.
Graduate Student: Maxwell Talyor
Warrick, J., J.A. Hatten, G.B. Pasternack, A. Gray, M. Goñi, R. Wheatcroft. Accepted for publication December 9, 2011. The effects of wildfire on the sediment yield of a coastal California watershed. The Geological Society of America Bulletin.
Hatten, J. A., M. Goñi, and R. Wheatcroft. 2012. Chemical characteristics of particulate organic matter from a small, mountainous river in the Oregon Coast Range, USA. Biogeochemistry, 107:43-66 doi: 10.1007/s10533-010-9529-z
Hatten, J. A., D. Zabowski, A. Ogden, W. Thies and B. Choi*. 2012. Role of season and interval of prescribed burning on ponderosa pine tree growth in relation to soil inorganic N and P and moisture. Forest Ecology and Management, 269: 106-115. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2011.12.036
Ouyang, Y., J. Higman, and J.A. Hatten. 2012. Estimation of dynamic load of mercury in a river with BASINS-HSPF model. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 12(2): 207-216. doi: 10.1007/s11369-011-0426-4
Zabowski, D., N. Whitney, J. Gurung and, J. A. Hatten. 2011. Total soil carbon in the coarse fraction and at depth. Forest Science, 57(1): 11-18.
Hatten, J.A. and D. Zabowski. 2010. Fire severity effects on soil organic matter from a ponderosa pine forest: a laboratory study. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 19(5): 613-623. doi:10.1071/WF08048
Wheatcroft, R., M. Goñi, J.A. Hatten, G. Pasternack, and J. Warrick. 2010. The role of effective discharge in the ocean delivery of particulate organic carbon by small, mountainous river systems. Limnology and Oceanography, 55(1): 161-171.
Hatten, J.A. and D. Zabowski. 2009. Changes in soil organic matter pools and carbon mineralization as influenced by fire severity. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 73(1): 262-273. doi:10.2136/sssaj2007.0304
Hatten, J.A., D. Zabowski, A. Ogden, and W. Thies. 2008. Soil organic matter in a ponderosa pine forest with varying seasons and intervals of prescribed burn. Forest
Choi, B., J.C. Dewey, J.A. Hatten, A.W. Ezell, and Z. Fan. Vegetation and subsurface hydrology in ephemeral-intermittent drains of managed, forested watersheds in the Upper Gulf Coastal Plain of Mississippi. Submitted to Forest Ecology and Management on September 22, 2011.(in review)
Choi, B., J.A. Hatten, J.C. Dewey, and A.W. Ezell. Impacts of three silvicultural prescriptions on sediment transport and water quality in headwater streams of managed, forested watersheds in the Upper Gulf Coastal Plain of Mississippi. Submitted to Forest Ecology and Management (in review)
Hatten, J.A. and others. 2011. Section 2: Forest Carbon Stocks and Flows, Subdivision: Carbon Trajectories in Forest Soils. pp. S16-S17. In Malmshimer, R.W. et al. Managing Forest Because Carbon Matters: Integrating Energy, Products, and Land Management Policy. Journal of Forestry 109(7S):S7-S50.
Goni, M.A., J.A. Hatten, R.A. Wheatcroft, J. Borgeld, G. Pasternack, A. Gray, E. Watson, 2010. Hydroclimatic and geomorphic controls on particulate organic matter in small mountainous rivers. Goldschmidt Conference. Knoxville, TN. June 13-18. Geochimica et Cosmochimica. Acta, 74(Supplement 1): A346-A346.
Zabowski, D., J.A. Hatten, G. Scherer, and E. Dolan. 2009. Chapter 4: Soils. p47-56. In. Agee, J. K. and J. F. Lehmkuhl (compilers). Dry forests of the Northeastern Cascades Fire and Fire Surrogate Site, Mission Creek, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. USDA Forest Service Research Paper PNW-RP-577, Portland, Oregon.